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24-Pin ATX-Extension, 30 cm, Single Sleeve €9,99
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Nanoxia 24-Pin ATX-Extension, 30 cm, Single Sleeve

The Nanoxia 24-Pin ATX extension cable - From their high quality sleeved cable series


  1. Extends the reach of your PSU cable
  2. High quality, individually sleeved cables
  3. Braided cables help achieve a neat cabling solution for the internals of your PC

This 24-Pin ATX extension cable originates from the Nanoxia sleeved cable series. The cable is 30cm long and the individual wires are covered with black nylon braided sleeves.

This type of PSU extension is usually used to extend the 24-pin cable from the PSU to the motherboard and is ideal for use in large PC cases where a standard PSU lead may not reach the 24-pin motherboard connector.

Specifications24-Pin ATX-Extension
Cable Type24-pin ATX-extension
Length300 mm
Warranty24 months
EAN barcode4260285290244
Specifications24-Pin ATX-Extension
Cable Type24-pin ATX-extension
Length300 mm
Warranty24 months
EAN barcode4260285290244

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